Karlie Kloss, a model who advocates for young girls learning computer coding, is in an ideal position to come up with app ideas.
At the TIME 100 Gala on Tuesday night, Kloss, who created a Kode With Karlie scholarship for kids in New York, shared her dream app.
“I would love to build an app that could tell you what to wear every day so you wouldn’t have to worry about it,” Kloss said. “In my scholarship program we built an app that worked like the closet from Clueless. So useful.”
Kloss, who is also an entrepreneur and philanthropist, is among the 2016 TIME 100 honorees.
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